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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-23-2001, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
 
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heater no worky

it is starting to cool off so i figured i need to figure out why the blower is not coming on it does nothing i thought i would get ideas before i tore into it
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Re: heater problem

Blown motor
Resistor pack fried.
defective switch.
Last but not least .......FUSE?

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Re: heater problem

Also check the ground wire for the blower motor!

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Re: heater problem

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Re: heater problem

remember, in Zuks, the heater or a/c will only come on if the other switches are in the right place...i.e.- the heat will only work with the other switch open on floor or defrost...it will not work at chest level vents...a/c will only work at chest level vents, not on floor......that might be the fix

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Re: heater no worky

anyone got a resistor pack they will let me get cheap

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Re: heater no worky

Was/is that the problem???

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Re: heater no worky

Where's the resistor pack located??? I've probably got one on a junker but I have no idea what you're talking about. Let me know if I can help.

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Re: heater problem

RoachTrax, I don't believe you are correct as far as the heater is concerned. The heater/defroster "switches" are not electrical switches, but rather the controls for the cables and operate independantly of the fan switch. I don't know about the AC. I'm sure that is different.

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Re: heater no worky

the pack is a silver box under the dash on the passenger side


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